First printed in Bordeaux, i.e. The Hague?, with 1710 in imprint but probably printed between 1714 and 1717
There are all together four editions with the same imprint but with different cuts on the title page
Corrected imprint from Tyssot de Patot and his works. Cf. Rosenberg, p. 87-90
The fictitious account of a voyage to an imaginary land, which includes some references to America
Includes a small vocabulary of the language of the imaginary land, a conjugation of the verb "manger", and discussion of the alphabet and numbering system, and the declination of the word "mouton" on p. 120-122
Signatures: *⁴ (-*4) (*1 verso blank) A-X¹² Y²
Engraved title vignette of nude woman leaning against a balustrade; head and tail pieces
Cioranescu, A. 18 s.
Gove, P.B. Imaginary voyage
Rosenberg, A. Tyssot de Patot
John Carter Brown Library copy bound in contemporary full mottled calf
John Carter Brown Library copy acquired with the assistance of the Metcalf Fund
No copyright. Cropping of text may occur due to narrow margins, thickness of book.
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, 508 p.,  leaf of plates : port. ; 17 cm (12mo)